Greening of the planet is a dirty business
PUT THE CITY OF 'NEOM' ON YOUR RADAR. IT'S THE REALIZATION OF TECHNOCRATIC COMMUNISM. THE ELITES WILL USE THIS AS A TEMPLATE.
It bills itself as a futuristic megatropolis where residents will live in a 110-mile long skyscraper, a floating city and a high-tech mountain resort.
But as we find out in this video, others fear it it is a dystopian nightmare in the making.
Artificial intelligence will predict what residents need, they will be whisked around at hundreds of miles an hour by high-speed transport that hasn’t even been invented yet.
The Saudi Arabian city of Neom will have its own digital currency, and citizens will be constantly monitored by facial recognition cameras to manage the city’s power and waste resources.
And Horrifying new details are emerging about the fate of three Saudi tribesman who were this week sentenced to death for trying to object to the construction on their land. (Comment from a reader of this Daily Mail piece: It's already being rolled out in a town in CHINA , and the funny thing was , a western / European computer expert was complaining about being fined ( in credits ) for NOT using a pedestrian crossing while crossing a road , and as he was actually paid in cash he had great difficulty paying the fine as the computer system would only recognise payments in " credits " & not real cash ,and it was very hard to argue with a computer , which he was helping to design / build !! lol .)
SPEAKING OF WHICH, HERE’S WHAT’S HAPPENING TO THE ACTUAL HUMAN BEINGS ON THE GROUND IN THE WORLD CAPITAL OF HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSE!
Saudi Arabia’s Specialized Criminal Court sentenced three members of the Howeitat tribe to death a few weeks ago, for resisting their forced eviction and displacement from the country’s northwestern Tabuk region.
The three tribesmen, Shadli, Atallah, and Ibrahim al-Howeiti, were detained in 2020 for speaking out against the eviction of their tribe from the area, which was cleared by Saudi authorities in order to make way for the Neom project.
The Neom project, announced in 2017 by MbS, is a $500 billion megacity (some other estimates put it well over $1 trillion) being built in the Tabuk region, which plans to serve as a “technological hub and tourist destination.”
IN OTHER NEWS: BLACKROCK — THE CHAMPION OF WOKE STAKEHOLDER CAPITALISM (YOU WILL OWN NOTHING) AND ESG ‘SOCIAL CREDIT SCORE’ RANKING (ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL, GOVERNANCE) & IS IN BED WITH THE WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM — SEEMS TO BE GETTING BITTEN BY THE USEFUL IDIOT FOOT SOLDIERS IT CREATED.
Not being a dope, you likely realized a long time ago that it was going to take a lot of energy to manufacture the components of the future green energy utopia. Wind turbines, solar panels, electric cars, and so forth — there is lots of steel, other metals, and silica involved that all need to be melted at high temperatures to get formed into the devices. How are they going to achieve that at reasonable cost using just the wind and sun as energy sources?
Up to now, the main strategy has been to buy most of the devices from China, where they are made largely using energy from coal. Out of sight, out of mind. But both Europe and the U.S. have made an effort to get at least somewhat into the game of making these things. Europe finds itself leading the acceleration into the green energy wall, with the intentional suppression of fossil fuel production and now the substantial cutoff of Russian gas supplies causing sharp spikes in the prices of both gas and electricity.
Battery cell manufacturing – crucial in the EV and battery storage supply chain – is even more energy intensive than solar manufacturing, and Europe is a major global player. The EU currently boasts about 550GWh of capacity, representing 27% of global operational capacity. Announced projects under development are set to boost that total significantly, increasing capacity to 2.7 terawatt-hours, positioning the EU as a global leader. However, those are now at risk and the car manufacturing and battery storage sectors could struggle to source Europe-made batteries as a result, stated Rystad. “High power prices not only pose a significant threat to European decarbonisation efforts but could also result in increased reliance on overseas manufacturing, something governments are eager to avoid.
Looks like it takes lots of carbon to achieve “decarbonization.”
THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY TO MAKE SURE WE ARE NOT CONDEMNED TO THIS HELL ON EARTH: REMAIN UNGOVERNABLE.
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